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Honoring the fallen

Servicemembers and civilians from Peterson Air Force Base line Peterson Boulevard May 4, 2011, for the return of Maj. Phil Ambard. Hundreds of Airmen lined the street from the flight line to the north gate to honor his service, commitment and dedication to the nation. Major Ambard, an instructor at the U.S. Air Force Academy, was killed in Afghanistan in April, and was interred May 5 at the USAFA cemetery. (U.S. Air Force photo/Rob Bussard)

Servicemembers and civilians from Peterson Air Force Base line Peterson Boulevard May 4, 2011, for the return of Maj. Phil Ambard. Hundreds of Airmen lined the street from the flight line to the north gate to honor his service, commitment and dedication to the nation. Major Ambard, an instructor at the U.S. Air Force Academy, was killed in Afghanistan in April, and was interred May 5 at the USAFA cemetery. (U.S. Air Force photo/Rob Bussard)

Servicemembers and civilians from Peterson Air Force Base line Peterson Boulevard May 4, 2011, for the return of Maj. Phil Ambard. Hundreds of Airmen lined the street from the flight line to the north gate to honor his service, commitment and dedication to the nation. Major Ambard, an instructor at the U.S. Air Force Academy, was killed in Afghanistan in April, and was interred May 5 at the USAFA cemetery. (U.S. Air Force photo/Rob Bussard)

Servicemembers and civilians from Peterson Air Force Base line Peterson Boulevard May 4, 2011, for the return of Maj. Phil Ambard. Hundreds of Airmen lined the street from the flight line to the north gate to honor his service, commitment and dedication to the nation. Major Ambard, an instructor at the U.S. Air Force Academy, was killed in Afghanistan in April, and was interred May 5 at the USAFA cemetery. (U.S. Air Force photo/Rob Bussard)

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